CLASSES SHOWN BELOW WILL RESUME IN FALL 2022
Yoruba Youth Online Camps Ages 10-17
Designed for Novice to Our Level 5. Please contact us to test into any other levels higher than level 1.
AGE 10 -17
Youth Level 1 Campers!
Campers are either absolute beginners, who have had no previous contact with the Yoruba Language or they are false beginners, who have already been exposed to the language in a passive way, in which they may understand some words but cannot respond.
Duration: 45 minutes
Beginner Intermediate Camps
Campers must test into this level.
This was a great class. My son learned a lot in a few weeks. Keep this up team. We plan to sign up for the next level.
Dedun, Mum of Camper
The camp is very motivational, my children always remind me themselves, when is meeting time. So, I can tell the motivation is high.
Adeola, Mum of Camper
This is a great camp for students that want to learn Yoruba as a second language. Ms. Tiwa and Mr. Matthew are doing a great job for our students. Keep up the good work! Mariam
Mariam, Mum of Camper
The camp has helped me with teaching my children the language. It provided a starting point which I could never have figured out on my own. My children look forward to the classes each week.
Olubusola, Mum of Camper
Revitalizing Yoruba Language for the next generation!
We are glad that you have taken this important step for you and your child, to join us in this Yoruba Language Immersion camp.
Language immersion is when language is learned through natural communication. Participants learn language through activities related to the language and its culture – like art and music. This program will focus on learning through listening, speaking, interacting and doing fun activities using the Listen Absorb, Speak approach.
The camp is not intended to duplicate a formal educational facility. There will be less emphasis on common teaching techniques like vocabulary memorization. The aim is to have a FUN learning environment with natural absorption of information through activities.
We encourage our parents to be an active part of our community. Parents should look for natural opportunities to encourage use of the language while performing relevant daily activities. Learners need to hear words and phrases practiced in camp as many times as they can outside of camp. Commitment, repetition and encouragement are the keys to success.
We are excited to have an opportunity to revitalize the Yoruba language in the next generations and prevent it from being lost for many generations to come.